Why selecting a not-too-far-away data center facility can be very important? Precisely how will your data center choice affect your Internet sites?
A data center is a special facility where firms store the hosting servers employed for their online or offline services - Internet hosting, email servers, computing, file storage, and so on. The data center provides the conditions for the web servers accommodated there to function at their best capacity while preserving their life. This is accomplished by supplying optimum environmental conditions - temperatures, air humidity, protection against disasters, and so on. All data centers also include electrical power and Internet backups, which are a safeguard in the event of infrastructural problems, and which guarantee the consistent functioning of the web servers and the access to them. The reduced access to such facilities adds one more layer of protection against unauthorized access by third-parties. In case you employ the web services of any firm, a good data center shall considerably boost the level of the service and your user experience.
Data centers in Web Hosting
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servers are stored in 5 of the largest data centre facilities worldwide located in Chicago (USA), London (UK), Pori (FI), Sofia (BG) and Sydney (AU). We provide the same level of service everywhere since our state-of-the-art cloud hosting platform is available in all 5 of them, but for your convenience, you shall be able to choose the one you prefer. The continuous work of your sites shall be ensured by powerful diesel backup generators and numerous backbone ISPs that each one of the facilities uses in the specific country. The data centers have expert technical support teams that monitor all hosting servers 24/7 and given that your Internet sites shall be hosted on our sophisticated cluster platform, you can be certain that you will enjoy quick and reliable service all of the time. All 5 facilities can be found on the order page, so you'll be able to choose the one nearest to you or to your target area.